Female managers in marketing earn £7,900 less than male colleagues, meaning that the gender pay gap for managers in the marketing sector is 17.3%.
New collective aims to create a new third space in-between freelancing and being employed by an agency.
Vibrant, playful, fun and individual: Asos' film stands out amid a sea of beauty advertising intent on hectoring consumers that they must conceal their imperfections at all costs.
Cheryl Calverley, head of marketing at the AA, has said the key challenge brand marketers face today is selling emotional advertising to the board.
Less than one in ten jobs paying over £20,000 are advertised as being open to flexible working, despite the fact that 63% of permanent full time employees now work flexibly.
As the chief executive of Girl Effect, former Abbott Mead Vickers stalwart Farah Ramzan Golant is undertaking the biggest transformation of her career.
A less gender-conscious future has significant implications for society, brands and how we work, writes Nicola Kemp.
From declaring use of technology in meetings to breaking performance working habits, Nicola Kemp explores how to achieve the perfect creative workflow.
In the rush to proclaim the power of automated intelligence and big data, are the creative industries glossing over the fact that 'always on' hasn't actually led to an increase in productivity?
As a UN Ambassador, digital feminist and a fashion influencer with over 8 million fans, Xenia Tchoumi believes having a strong voice is key to engaging with consumers in an era of ever-decreasing attention spans.
There are few things more transformative than changing the way we view ourselves.
The continued growth of the iPhone is testament to a culture of constant upgrade in which time pressed consumers are more willing to invest in better versions of what they already own rather than change.
Few words in marketing are as loaded or meaningless as transformation. But while the industry is tiring of talking about it, delivering it remains crucial to business survival.
Uefa has stepped up its commitment to promoting diversity in football with its new #EqualGame campaign, which includes a TV-spot, website and social activity.
At the end of a summer of discontent over gender stereotyping, exclusive research commissioned by Campaign reveals that parents blame brands for perpetuating inequality.
When 'the cult of busyness' robs us of the space and time to think, we asked six creative leaders to share how they best achieve a creative reset.
First came the scary puppets and then came the scarily predictable gender stereotypes, says Nicola Kemp.
As CEO of The Empathy Business, Belinda Parmar believes that building an empathetic environment where people can bring their "whole selves" to work is key to creative success, writes Nicola Kemp.
Customers increasingly expect marketers to challenge the status quo in traditional media channels and advertising.
Consumers increasingly expect brands to push the boundaries and challenge gender stereotypes in traditional media channels and advertising.